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8:40 AM PST on February 14, 2018

    • The pirate mentality of autonomous vehicle developers should worry us (The Verge)
    • U.S. Senate duking it out over autonomous vehicle regulation (Wall Street Journal)
    • A second Turlock cyclist killed on a busy street, and the most salient aspect for the Modesto Bee: Dark clothing, no helmet.
    • West Hollywood neighborhood council fights bike and bus lanes: “The city will come to a complete stop!” (Curbed)
    • More lanes! More lanes! People really believe that adding a lane for cars will solve congestion on the Richmond Bridge (Fox)
    • Federal infrastructure plan:
    • Maybe California can meet its EV goals (Sacramento Bee)
    • San Diego County needs to get serious about climate change (Voice of San Diego)
    • Berkeley plans to develop its own cryptocurrency to fund affordable housing (The Architects Newspaper)

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